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Debbie Harris's 1969 Grand Prix

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3 hours ago, Last Indian said:

As far as the Prius; come to the US & drive one on the freeway here! When you finally stop & get you will kiss the ground! Also save all the money you can because they break a lot & cost a ton to fix! 

You know I was thinking similar thoughts as I was smugly motoring about - there's a lot of witchcraft & wizardry going on down there that must be horrendously complex and a nightmare to have to diagnose & repair, but we managed 600km to 30 litres of fuel: that's 47 miles per US gallon for a car the size of a Camry and with lots of hilly terrain. Not bad.

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3 hours ago, Fitzy said:

I won't be swayed. I enjoy motoring through urban areas or where there are people in close proximity (like roadside al fresco dining) or through an enclosed carpark and not producing any emissions. The car is fuel efficient and makes it's own electricity every time you coast, slow down or come to a stop. Looks like we're all gonna constantly disagree over this, so I'll shut up about the Prius.

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